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Publication: The Stranger
Author: Wright, Andrew
Date published: June 20, 2012
Language: English
PMID: 59135
Journal code: STRR

TRUE WOLF

A Montana couple takes an abandoned wolf pup into their home, with results both educational and furnitureshredding. The potential granola levels are high, but director Rob Whitehair adopts an admirably evenhanded tone throughout, with even the trio's most ardent supporters cautioning about the ethical problems inherent in removing a wild animal from its natural habitat. Cute, but never tooth-grindingly so, with an abundance of home-camcorder footage (including the construction of a totally boss tunnel between outdoor den and living room) lending a vintage Disney kick. (ANDREW WRIGHT)



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